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The Best of the 2017 PGA Merchandise Show

The problem with learning golf is that as much as you want your swing to look like Jason Day’s or Adam Scott’s or Lydia Ko’s, it still feels like yours. An app from a company called Ikkos is offering a virtual reality based learning platform that doesn’t require binding straps, handcuffs or other sado-masochistic torture devices. Just your smartphone. With the Ikkos app, which features instruction with more than a dozen different sports, if you want to learn how to chip or hit the driver better, you simply view videos through a smartphone strapped to virtual reality goggles (Ikkos sells their

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IKKOS CEO at 2016 Olympic Swimming Trials Aquazone

[KGVID]http://ikkos.com/wp-content/uploads/Sean-Hutchison-CEO-of-IKKOS-IKKOS-Swimming-Pro-1.mp4[/KGVID] Technology + Neuroscience = Miraculous Movement IKKOS is an innovative learning system that rapidly teaches anyone who wants to learn or relearn physical movement – in minutes. IKKOS combines groundbreaking technology with the latest in neuroscience research, specifically, the principles of neuroplasticity. It is the creative integration of an Olympic swim coach’s commitment to his athletes’ pursuit of excellence, his deep interest in neuroscience and pragmatic use of technology that delivered this unique method called IKKOS. Using IKKOS: - Elite athletes have achieved Olympic and World Record level performances - Recreational sports enthusiasts have dramatically improved their personal bests

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Part 2: Injured Golfer Gets Better Using CopyMe Golf While Sitting on the Sofa

In the first part of this story, we told you about Tim Cooke, the golf coach in South Carolina who reached out to us asking if CopyMe Golf would help an injured athlete who couldn’t practice. In Tim’s words, this is how it turned out: "Today was the first day of full swing.  As you can see the move on the bottom from today is quite different...and better in my opinion.” – Tim Cooke To add depth to Tim’s comment, we asked a handful of the Top 100 Golf Pros in the world and they all agreed. The ‘after’ is better. Moving on,

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Injured golfer gets better using CopyMe Golf

We, the IKKOS team, get to hear great stories from our users about improvement and amazing results quite often. We always love hearing it. That’s why we are in this endeavor. The following recent account is unique and very helpful for many who are, historically, in a situation where they have no suitable solution… the injured player who cannot practice. We were approached in February by PGA Teacher from South Carolina, Tim Cooke, regarding of his players. The player could not play or practice for weeks due to a back injury. The player had an eleven year history of playing every day

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Show Stoppers from Day 3: 2016 PGA Merchandise Show

When you’re born as a baby, you learn movement by mimicking others, according to the company. Ikkos technology is designed to reverse engineer the learning process, and bring you back to the way you learned as a youngster – through imitation. Golf WRX